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501 Calle Norzagaray, San Juan 00901-1213, Puerto Rico
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Reviewed yesterday

Well preserved and full of history. It is a must see if you are in San Juan. The various exhibits are informative, allowing you to learn the history of Europeans in Puerto Rico and the role of the island in the Spanish American war.

Thank David W
Reviewed 1 week ago

My husband, kids, and I loved visiting the Castillo. It was fun and educational. My favorite part was seeing the boat renderings by the prisoner in the dungeon and exploring the tunnels. We only spent about 2 hours here because our time was limited, but...More

Thank zannatista
Reviewed 1 week ago

Must visit for a date with history, build by Spaniards it has guarded the city for over 400 years against pirates attacks. It also stood tall during the Spanish american war in 1898.

Thank Guillermo G
Reviewed 1 week ago

Part of the San Juan Historic site. A 16th century fortress, used militarily until the 1960's. This is true historiy at its best!

Thank jm00919
Reviewed 1 week ago

Along with the beautiful views and perfect picture taking opportunities, I learned a lot about the battles and history of the island. Recommend you see this if you get to Puerto Rico. It’s a just. A little bit of a walk from old San Juan...More

Thank kdenning03
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A trip to Old San Juan wouldn't be complete without visiting this fort. It has been kept in good condition by the US Parks Dept, and you'll have access to most of it (I like that they keep most of the rooms open even though...More

Thank trimess
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I really enjoyed our visit to El Morro. I don't see how anyone could not - it's a very well preserved fort that looks out into the harbor. We stayed for about an hour maybe a little more, reading about the history of the fortifications...More

Thank Neutrino_FL
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

San Juan was a stop while cruising on the Carnival Magic. While there was an excursion listed to see the forts, they are actually in walking distance of the pier if you don't mind walking for a bit. I wouldn't waste the money on the...More

Thank TDGM77
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is a very well restored/kept national treasure. Well worth the $7 entrance fee to see the exhibits and enjoy the fort and views. Not a bad walk from the cruise terminal, along the old town and shops. Definitely on the list to see again.

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Beautiful fort, worth visiting! The entrance fee is $7/person and you can use the receipt to also enter the nearby fort. This fort is worth a visit though, so much history and there’s great information/facts throughout the fort that provides so much context! This is...More

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Piyush G
28 March 2018|
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Response from opsboss2017 | Reviewed this property |
This is not my area of expertise but I know that all the skills you seek exist here. I found someone that might be a good starting point for assembling your crew. Let me know when you are here and perhaps we can meet. Look... More
Piyush G
26 March 2018|
Response from Héctor F | Reviewed this property |
You really don’t need a guide or a translator. Old San Juan is small and can be walked completely without too much effort. Also there are buses that are free and will take you there. If you feel you do need a guide anda... More
thomas k
22 July 2017|
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